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identify an ARM board

oOiOo

New Member


Messages: 10

#1
I am currently playing with some various ARM boards. And I ask myself: is there a way to identify a board in userland? For example, on nanopi neo, the kernel seems to know what board it is: Eg. the presence of led device (/dev/led/nanopi*).
sysctl -a return nothing signifiant except processor type/familly
Regards
 

acheron

Well-Known Member

Thanks: 157
Messages: 411

#2
You can try this command: ofwdump -P model -S /
It reports the following on my boards:
Code:
Raspberry Pi 2 Model B
TI AM335x BeagleBone Black
SolidRun Cubox-i Dual/Quad